We walked by Noah Schwartz's table earlier, and noticed that he had cashed in both of his lammers, and was sitting on a short stack. The next time we got around to his table, we saw that he had committed most of his chips in a three way pot on a flop that read . Schwartz had bet out 1,000, and his first opponent raised to 4,000. His other opponent went all in, and Schwartz unhappily committed the rest of his chips.
Schwartz actually had the best hand with top two pair, but would have to dodge a world of outs to hold. The on the turn completed everyone's draw, and Schwartz would need an ace or a queen to fill up and take the pot. The river was the , and Schwartz hit the rail before the first break.